Pet Memorials
Helping Families Honor the Lives Of Those They Love
2/4/2004 - 12/26/2016My buddy my and my loving Max you filled my life with so much Love and joy you will always be in my heart and soul.
Now he's laid down to sleep, I pray the Lord his soul to keep, If I should die before I awake I pray the Lord my soul to take.
I feel your spirit of in our home and the joy you had when we played and walked and dance together. Love, Hugs and kisses always and we will meet again by the Rainbow Bridge.
Celia CorreaOrlando, FloridaJanuary 11, 2017
5/1/2005 - 12/16/2016Duke was most definitely a character. He has a sister Daisy born the same day. They were so different and sometimes so similar. we will remember our little guy forever. His charm was actually in his growl. He seemed to growl at everything and almost everybody. He was a happy little fellow though....his needs just a few. A good nap and tasty bone was it for him. He loved all of us and we loved him. As his mom I will always have a empty place in my heart now. Luckily he was only sick for about two weeks. He was very healthy for 11 1/2 years and for that I thank God, He was for heart :)kim rozakisnorthampton, PennsylvaniaJanuary 11, 2017
Harley "Lady Luck"
8/18/2001 - 1/4/2017Words can not express how one feels when they lose a pet. My Harley was a precious Ori Pei with so many memories. She turned 16 years old and basically grew up with my kids. She was raised with my two boys. They were 7 and 10 when we got her. She was a tough little sole. She kept up with both boys as though she was a full grown St. Bernard. She was always at my side when I had my surgeries, comforting me. She loved going to the lake and loved to swim. If I went in a boat and didn't take her with me, she would swim out to the boat trying to get in the boat. She was just such a incredible dog. For a little dog, she had such a big personality! She had a wit about her I will never forget. My other pug is heartbroken and I debate on getting another dog, no dog can replace my Harley. Thank you lap of Love for making what could of been a horrible experience at the vet a peaceful ending to my little Harley. Dr. Gollub was so caring and I can not say enough about you. RIP Harley. We Love You!Sonja HallidayWilmington, MassachusettsJanuary 9, 2017
11/27/2000 - 1/8/2017I hope you are in a big field with someone perpetually throwing a ball.Susan NeelyEverett, WashingtonJanuary 9, 2017
8/4/2002 - 12/28/2016Our Mugsy was such a sweet and special boy. He was our love sponge, our little buddy. We loved him so much and he returned that love to us. Mugsy will be forever in our hearts 💔Stephanie StreeterRaleigh, North CarolinaJanuary 9, 2017
6/12/2001 - 1/4/2017You are whole once again and forever in my heart, Sweetie Pie.Fran WilliamsSeattle, WashingtonJanuary 8, 2017
11/27/2004 - 1/2/2017Taboo was the best girl. She was a great shadow chaser and loved to steal slippers. Taboo loved to run on the beach and hang out under the camper in the cool sand. We will miss her greatly- even if she was a bed hog. xoxoxo Love your forever!Cathy & Frank MercurioHolbrook, New YorkJanuary 6, 2017
Trouble (lord Of The "Trouble " Spots)
1/31/2003 - 1/5/2017Today we had to let Trouble (January 31, 2003 January 5, 2017) slip away to the Rainbow Bridge. Peace now fills his soul. He was my heart dog and journey dog wrapped into one!!! Trouble had an indomitable Spirit (per Bruce)!!He didn't know how to quit and he didn't know when to quit!!! He led a life of one adventure after another. He was well-traveled and touched many lives both human and fellow animal !!! He took a walk every single day of his life including today with his buddy Durango and two policemen stopped to say goodbye!!!! He ran away twice when he was young and the police that followed him said that he stopped and sat at every corner!!! They cornered him in a dead-end alley two and a half miles away!!!! He visited New York City twice where he took control of Central Park and hung out with the bomb-sniffing dogs from the Counter Terrorism Unit!!!
He attended Camp Gone to the Dogs in Stowe Vermont 3 times and went to the top of Mount Mansfield in a gondola!!!
At our house in northern Michigan he had many adventures with the animals, he was quilled by a porcupine sprayed by a skunk met several bears, coyotes, horses, raccoons, beavers, badgers, deer and turkeys on our walks. Down here he saved a little dog from being taken by a coyote!!!!
HE wintered in Florida every year and walked the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
He led me to become a dog trainer and we worked on his issues and he became a certified therapy dog visiting nursing homes and helped a number of children adults and other dogs overcome their fear of dogs!!!
He had his own personal agility course in the backyard and we had agility parties with his friends!!!
He knew 30 tricks and sneezing on command, high five, waving goodbye and cheesecake pose were his favorite ones!!!
For many years he was an attraction at racing for kids where he was a wonderful Ambassador for the dalmatian breed and approximately 400 children would come by and pet him and ask questions about him!!!!
His favorite foods were eggs and prime rib!!!
When he was 9 months old Bruce and I were in the basement and we had left two steaks on the very back of the counter where it seems like he could not reach them he somehow got them both ate one and brought the second one downstairs to show us how proud he was of himself for retrieving them!!!!!
We will miss him terribly each day but know that his Spirit lives on and he is expressing love and adventure at a new address!!!
Trouble loved well and is still well loved!!!!
Fran BachmannGrosse Pointe Shores, MichiganJanuary 6, 2017
7/1/2010 - 8/18/2017You were put on this earth to be with me, I know that without a doubt. You protected me with everything you had as if you felt you owed that to me.little do you know that it was you who rescued me. Our bond is as if we aired a past life.So rest in peace my sweet beautiful girl, until we meet again.RaChelle DanielsLong Beach, CaliforniaJanuary 6, 2017
10/13/2007 - 1/2/2017Millie was unlike any other dog you'll ever meet. She was a beautiful red standard poodle with a heart of gold. Millie never stopped wagging her tail no matter the circumstance. She just carried so much happiness on her back that she reflected off of everybody she interacted with. Although she had a hard time opening up to people at first because of her severe anxiety, once she knew you could be trusted she would never leave your side. We had our ray of sunshine for nine years before we discovered Millie had a nasal tumor; a rare but very deadly cancer. We put her to sleep the day after the new year after seeing her sharp decline in health. Having Lap Of Love being able to come to our house under such short notice and letting Millie pass somewhere she felt the most comfortable was the best thing we could have done. We miss our little, spunky, energetic pup with all our hearts but we know she's running around causing trouble in doggy heaven.
Rest in Peace Millie we love you
-The Ayre Family
Ffion AyreMidlothian, VirginiaJanuary 6, 2017